Iran: IAEA cameras may have been hacked before attack on nuclear facility

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Iran: IAEA cameras may have been hacked before attack on nuclear facility
Iran says international surveillance gear may have been hacked by saboteurs before June attack on nuclear facility in Karaj.
Elad Benari, Canada

Iran claimed on Friday that international surveillance gear mounted at a sensitive nuclear facility may have been hacked by saboteurs ahead of their attack in June, Bloomberg News reported. The facility, located in Karaj northwest of Tehran, was shaken by a mysterious blast in June that destroyed monitoring equipment. “There was a sabotage there by Israel and some cameras were damaged and there was some investigation going on,” said Iran’s ambassador to the U.K., Mohsen Baharvand, in comments which appear to shed some light on why the Islamic Republic continues to stonewall International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors looking to reinstall cameras at the Karaj centrifuge workshop. He added that Iranian judiciary investigators looked into whether the cameras may have been used to aid the attack. “We just asked IAEA to wait for a time for that investigation to be over,” said Baharvand.

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